^ This! I have about 2/3 of these components in a build I just made less than a month ago and things are great.
The only slight tweak I might *personally* make is to switch from the Western Digital to a 1TB Samsung F3 Spinpoint. It might save you 10 bucks but I think the SATA speed is a bit slower. This is really just splitting hairs though. Why_Me's suggestion is solid.
The RAM...well that's self explanatory. Faster RAM for cheaper ...the RAM I posted. In fact the bigger question is why would you even consider newegg canada when it's obviously more expensive. Simple math shows that.
As far as those psu's go...they are identical. Both are manufactured by Seasonic, both have the same specs, yet the XFX at direct canada is cheaper. Just about everything on that site is cheaper and free shipping.
One last question if you don't mind. Since I don't plan on Overclocking very much, is it worth getting a different heatsink rather than using the stock one?
Thank you very much!
If you can afford one, I would say yes. With decent case cooling, a Hyper 212+ should let you get to a stable 4.5GHz and still have decent temps. If you don't plan on going that high now, it's still easier to install one when you first build your computer than adding one later. You can still use all 4 memory slots if you have ram with low profile heatspreaders. http://www.directcanada.com/products/?sku=1946101809P&v... Master